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Department of Chemistry

 

Shafeer Kalathil received his MSc. from Cochin University of Science and Technology, India in 2009 and his Ph.D. from Yeungnam University, S. Korea in 2013. Later he moved to University of Tokyo as a Japan Society for Promotion Science (JSPS) Postdoctoral Fellow. He is now a Marie Curie Individual Fellow in the Reisner Group and his research interests focus on electromicrobiology, bacterial extracellular electron transport, artificial photosynthesis, and solar biofuels.

Publications

Bioinspired Synthesis of Reduced Graphene Oxide-Wrapped Geobacter sulfurreducens as a Hybrid Electrocatalyst for Efficient Oxygen Evolution Reaction
S Kalathil, KP Katuri, AS Alazmi, S Pedireddy, N Kornienko, PMFJ Costa, PE Saikaly
– Chemistry of Materials
(2019)
31,
3686
Dual-Function Electrocatalytic and Macroporous Hollow-Fiber Cathode for Converting Waste Streams to Valuable Resources Using Microbial Electrochemical Systems
KP Katuri, S Kalathil, A Ragab, B Bian, MF Alqahtani, D Pant, PE Saikaly
– Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.)
(2018)
30,
e1707072
Synthesis of ultra-small platinum, palladium and gold nanoparticles by Shewanella loihica PV-4 electrochemically active biofilms and their enhanced catalytic activities
E Ahmed, S Kalathil, L Shi, O Alharbi, P Wang
– Journal of Saudi Chemical Society
(2018)
22,
919
Microbial Fuel Cells: Electrode Materials
S Kalathil, SA Patil, D Pant
(2018)
309
Reactor Design for Bioelectrochemical Systems
G Mohanakrishna, S Kalathil, D Pant
(2018)
209
Proton Transport in the OuterÔÇÉMembrane Flavocytochrome Complex Limits the Rate of Extracellular Electron Transport
A Okamoto, Y Tokunou, S Kalathil, K Hashimoto
– Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English)
(2017)
56,
9082
Proton Transport in the Outer-Membrane Flavocytochrome Complex Limits the Rate of Extracellular Electron Transport
A Okamoto, Y Tokunou, S Kalathil, K Hashimoto
– Angewandte Chemie
(2017)
129,
9210
Hollow Palladium Nanoparticles Facilitated Biodegradation of an Azo Dye by Electrically Active Biofilms
S Kalathil, RG Chaudhuri
– Materials (Basel)
(2016)
9,
653
Nanotechnology to rescue bacterial bidirectional extracellular electron transfer in bioelectrochemical systems
S Kalathil, D Pant
– RSC Advances
(2016)
6,
30582
Effect of Ionic Strength on the Rate of Extracellular Electron Transport inShewanella oneidensisMR-1 through Bound-Flavin Semiquinones
S Kalathil, K Hashimoto, A Okamoto
– ChemElectroChem
(2014)
1,
1840
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Research Group

Telephone number

01223 336319 (shared)

Email address

sk968@cam.ac.uk